Please Work to Stop the Soring of Horses

I haven’t written about soring horses for too long in this blurb. But I haven’t stopped writing about them. I have finished four novels now. All have horses in the plots; they are often in trouble. I had hoped when I did … Continue reading

Wild Horses: Ted Williams Takes on the Issue

Photo courtesy of Colin E. Braley, In Audubon magazine of January to February 2011, Ted Williams, a longtime conservationist, takes on the explosive issue of the wild horses, In his article “Saddle Sores,” he describes his trip to see … Continue reading

Wild Horses: Ken Salazar’s Plea for Action

Photo courtesy of Colin E. Braley, Ken Salazar, Secretary of the Interior, announced in 2009 that wild horses were out of control. In replying to many animal advocates who claimed that rounding up the horses was unnecessary and cruel, … Continue reading

Ted Williams and Ken Salazar on the Wild Horse Problem

                     Photo courtesy of Colin E. Braley, this blog entry and several more this week, my overwhelming motivation is to plead with all well-meaning, intelligent horse people to face the facts about the dilemma of the wild horses and work on their behalf … Continue reading